While I was walking by Times Square in NYC something got my attention quickly. It was an advertisement with the image of those little block which I played a lot in my childhood. Indeed, I was a LEGO’s fan who enjoyed building vehicles, buildings, and bridges among others. The ads was about an exhibition made with LEGO’s bricks. I was not able to stay that day but I’m planning to visit it. I think is pretty interesting in terms of creativity and artistic composition.
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For those who enjoy the arts related with the world of comics, tickets for the New York Comic Con have been sold progressively in certain dates. So that, be aware of that in order to avoid miss the event. Indeed, there are not longer available some types of tickets (see image).
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Date: March 8, 2014
The Paul Robeson Galleries will be hosting a free Portfolio Review. The portfolio review offers artists the opportunity to have their work reviewed by distinguished reviewers: Shlomit Dror, Gabriel de Guzman, Rebecca Jampol, Stuart Topper.
While there is no fee to participate, artists interested in having their portfolios reviewed are encouraged to reserve a review slot in advance. Artists with reservations will be given priority. Each session is 20 minutes in duration. Due to demand, artists who are more than 5 minutes late for the event risk losing their allocated time slot.
For reservations and additional information, contact Anonda Bell, Director & Curator, Paul Robeson Galleries, at email@example.com
This illustration made by Gavin Aung Than and published in Zen Pencils honored one of the most inspiring speeches for artists (at any level) performed by Neil Gaiman in the commencement ceremony at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia in 2012. If you want to watch the speech click here.